I am a PhD-educated scientist with experience in teaching and science communication and plenty of enthusiasm!
I have privately tutored physics, chemistry, and maths throughout my PhD at GCSE level and consequently am very aware of the curriculum requirements. Furthermore, my tutoring experience and personal experience over several high-level qualifications mean I am well versed in exam expectations and techniques. In addition to my tutoring experience, I have taught and mentored undergraduate students seeking to attain their engineering degree.
I have extensive theoretical and practical subject knowledge, as shown by my qualifications. I have just completed a PhD in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bristol, prior to this I achieved a Masters in Sustainable Chemical Technologies at the University of Bath and a Masters in Chemistry at the University of Southampton.
My communication skills are excellent, and I am a huge advocate of science communication and outreach, particularly in schools. I set-up and the schools engagement program for the University of Baths Women in Engineering Society. I have been invited to give public lectures on my research at several events including Pint of Science, Cheltenham Science Festival, and at the Royal Society of Chemistry (available at rsc).
Teaching is something I really enjoy and find an enriching experience. This extends into my personal life where I am a volunteer leader for the Duke of Edinburgh award, teaching students (aged 14 18) outdoor survival skills.
Availability: Anytime (I work remotely, so am very flexible)
Willing to travel: 10 miles
Experience: - Tutoring at GCSE levelContact this Tutor
- Teaching undergraduate workshops
- Mentoring undergraduate students in research labs
- Set-up the school`s outreach programme for the University of Bath Women in Engineering Society
- Extensive experience in science communication and outreach with schools
- Given multiple public lectures, including at the Royal Society of Chemistry
- Duke of Edinburgh leader